عنوان مقاله [English]
Marginalization is a social phenomenon that along with its spread, we are witnessing an increase in insecurity, delinquency, crime, etc. in society. Marginalization has always been of interest to urban political managers by affecting social security, especially by providing the necessary context for crime. It should be said that if the subject is not important, the society will be in crisis in various economic, social, cultural and political fields. Because the margins always threaten the text. Insecurity in the margins will naturally affect the text as well. An insecure society will not develop at all. Therefore, the prerequisite for development in various fields of human, social, cultural, economic and political, is the same category of social security that needs to be analyzed comprehensively. The present study aimed to investigate the effect of marginalization on citizens' sense of social security by descriptive-analytical method. The results show that marginalized people may threaten the security of citizens due to the young population, poverty, job instability, low education, lack of recreational facilities, poor health, confusion and depression. Marginalization disturbs public order and security due to incoherence and solidarity with the urban community with increasing social harm. Therefore, city managers and those in charge of maintaining public security should reduce security costs and the destructive effects of marginalization by emphasizing issues such as education, propaganda, building trust, social participation and, most importantly, economic and political development.